An extended documentation could be found on Enfuse reference manual. Other programs using Exposure Fusion: tufuse and PTGui Pro. The Enfuse reference manual for the most recent version in different formats can be found on (as can that for. enfuse man page. enfuse — manual page for enfuse force COLORSPACE for blending operations; Enfuse uses “CIELUV” for images with ICC-profile and.

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Whether the results look good or bad, whether the images are dull or exciting is entirely up the artist. Star Trail Example Scott Martin from Onsight kindly provided us with this example of blended star trails. Images that are not in stacks will be ignored.

An extended documentation could be found on Enfuse reference manual.

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Entropy The entropy criteria prefers pixels inside a high-entropy neighborhood. If the masks of all input images are black at a certain position, the output image will have a hole there. Another implementation of the enfuse algorithm is TuFuse from Max Lyons, which features mankal DOF fusion from a focus stack and exposure fusion in one go as well as some additional options: Fusion options define the proportion to which each input image’s pixel contributes to the output image.

This avoids averaging of fine details onlyat the expense of increasing the noise. Increasing Mu makes Enfuse prefer lighter pixels, rendering the final image lighter and vice versa.


There always was a risk of getting banding or even reversed gradients within areas where the brightness gradually changed. It would be ideal if we had an even lighter image, but we can sort this our in Lightroom later.

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Of course the weights can be extreme, favouring only a few pixels or even only one pixel in the input stack.

However, a user of Enfuse might want to control the balance between the operating systems’ Virtual Memory System and Enfuse’s image cache for several reasons.

In the normalized luminance interval 0.

Entropy measures our uncertainty if we are to guess which message gets chosen by the manuzl in the future. By default, Enfuse uses a weighted average, where each pixel contributes as much as its weight demands. This is the amount of data that Enfuse will move to and from the disk in one go.

Exposure, saturation, and contrast. Therefore it is much simpler to use and manuaal the creation of very large multiple exposure panoramas.

Sigma defaults to 0. For best quality perform the parameter optimization and the search for the most appropriate mode at the final resolution.

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This panel allows you to optionally have your images automatically aligned before they are blended together. Which one will be selected? Try minimum curvatures starting from Its weakness is that is is easily deceived by strong and smooth gradients.


If you’re not sure then start at the top and try a blend – if it doesn’t work then work your way down the list.

This is, for mwnual JPEG image the luminance maps to 1. Enfuse merges overlapping images using the Mertens-Kautz-Van Reeth exposure fusion algorithm. Blend images of different exposures together in order to create a natural looking image with a greater dynamic range.

The idea is that pixels in the input images are weighted according to qualities such as, for example, proper exposure, good contrast, or high saturation. Increasing this weight makes pixels with neighboring differently colored pixels contribute more to the final output. Do not try to use the version of Enfuse that you downloaded previously – the plugin now requires version 4 or higher of Enfuse. Enfuse is a command-line program used to merge different exposures of the same scene to produce an image that looks very much like a tonemapped image without the halos but requires no creation of an HDR image.

These weights determine how much a given pixel will contribute to the final image. Sadly, for some purposes like macro shots it is not enough.